Mr. Krouse is a partner in the law firm of Frilot, L.L.C. located in New Orleans. He has thirty-four years of experience as a litigator including extensive jury trial experience with an emphasis in complex civil litigation, product liability, labor and employment and mediation and arbitration.
Mr. Krouse is a qualified mediator and arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association, Civil District Court, Parish of Orleans, First Circuit Court of Appeal and the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD).
Mr. Krous is an experienced mediator and arbitrator. He has been a fellow of The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (International Centre for Arbitration & Mediation, London, England, FCIArb Designation No. 022054), since 2010; American College of Civil Trial Mediators®, Distinguished Fellow since 2012; Academy of Court Appointed Masters, Fellow since 2010; and College of Commercial Arbitrators, Member since 2009. Attended Advanced Commercial Mediation Institute presented by Association for Conflict Resolutions in collaboration with The Harvard University and the American Arbitration Association (2008). Bar memberships include State of Louisiana, Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of Louisiana, U.S District Court, U.S Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court. Qualified to serve as a mediator pursuant to the Louisiana Mediation Act and listed on the approved Louisiana Mediator Registry maintained by the ADR Section of the Louisiana State Bar Association. Honorable discharge - Captain, U.S. Army (September 1981).
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